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The G Factor: The Science of Mental Ability

The G Factor: The Science of Mental Ability,Arthur R. Jensen

The G Factor: The Science of Mental Ability   (Citations: 722)
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    • ...and performance in a broad spectrum of contexts including job and academic performance, creativity, health-related behaviors and social outcomes [10, 11, 18, 28]...

    Yoram Bachrachet al. Crowd IQ - Aggregating Opinions to Boost Performance

    • ...Crowd IQ We propose that the potential of a crowdsourcing platform to solve mentally demanding problems can be measured using an intelligence test, similarly to how those tests are used to predict individuals’ performance in a broad spectrum of contexts, including job and academic performance, creativity, health-related behaviours and social outcomes [14, 18, 24, 35].,While the correlation between an individual’s performance in an IQ test and their performance in many other settings has been shown to be strong in many studies [14, 18, 24, 35], very few such studies have been conducted for crowds [25, 44]...

    Michal Kosinskiet al. Crowd IQ: Measuring the Intelligence of Crowdsourcing Platforms

    • ...In fact, Jensen has concluded that general learning factors (extracted from performance across large numbers of learning tasks) are so highly related to the general intelligence factor extracted from psychometric tests that “learning and psychometric abilities (general intelligence) are essentially one and the same” (Jensen, 1998)...

    Christopher Wasset al. Covariation of Learning and Reasoning Abilities in Mice: Evolutionary ...

    • ...Research has shown that gray matter density, white matter integrity, skull volume, cortical thickness, uric acid levels, height, lower amplitude in the averaged evoked potential (a measure derived from the EEG signal), increased and decreased neural activity, functional efficiency, and nerve conduction velocity are associated with g (Deary, Penke, & Johnson, 2010; Jensen, 1998; Jung & Haier, 2007; and references therein)...

    Rogier A. Kievitet al. Intelligence and the brain: A model-based approach

    • ...Furthermore, a very close relationship to the top-level unit of the hierarchical models (alternatively denoted general intelligence or g factor; Jensen, 1998) is ascribed to this ability; it is closely related to the executive function of working memory (Unsworth et al,, 2009)...

    Karl Schweizeret al. Validity Improvement in Two Reasoning Measures Following the Eliminati...

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